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Old 07-31-2006, 06:25 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Heat-shielded pvc "Fogged" airbox for 95

Selling my heat-insolation wrapped PVC "fogg" converted stock airbox. This worked great prior to my DASC and K&N conversion. This is not a flimsy poor flowing dryer duct. This is a custom fitted smooth interior PVC conversion to the stock box. Easily slid into place of the stock box using the existing rubber mounts. It is, however, necessary to remount the lower horn and cut the bottom horn bracket away on the 95. I just removed it, and find the sound output of the single horn to be just fine.
The intake opening is angled toward the cool air space below the radiator and will not be subject to water intake unless you drive through 2 feet of water. Even then, the 4" pipe will not suck water into the air box which further insolates the engine from water.

With this box, you can try out the change or swap between the two, or save the stock for resale. But my guess, you will leave it "fogged". This is ideal for someone wanting to maybe try "fogging" but afraid to permantly cut their stock box.

I can send pics to my album space on 318ti.org under "slacker" if your are interested. Post questions here or email glslack@sbcglobal.net

Gary Slack
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Pics now avail under "fogged airbox for sale" album in my gallery. Asking $75 with good stock filter. $15 to ship if not in SF Bay Area. Only fits 95 M42. Requires horn relocation.
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